Courses and Curriculum

IT for Change believes that sustainable positive change requires deep pedagogical intervention. New frames of thinking, appropriate modes of learning, and diverse knowledges are necessary to unpack social experience and develop shared vocabulary in current times of technology-mediated change. We collaborate with different institutions to offer short and semester-long courses on the many themes with regard to the information society. We have also supported curriculum development for various institutions, contributing to the design of forward-looking learning systems. 


Prof. Rajaram Sharma keynote address at the inauguration of  ‘Technology integrated learning’ course for the students and teachers of B.Ed. program

Centre for Education and Technology, IT for Change designed and transacted a “Technology integrated learning” course for student teachers of the Bachelors in Education course at Vijaya Teachers College, Bengaluru. This is the first B.Ed. course based on the National ICT Curriculum, 2013 of Central Institute of Education Technology (CIET), NCERT.


IT for Change and Manipal Centre for Philosophy and Humanities, University of Manipal organised a course on 'Social Justice in an Internet-mediated World' that examined themes such as: Role of Technology in Oppression and Emancipation through History, Digital Technologies and the Discourse of Social Justice in India, Globalisation and Democracy in an Internet-mediated world, and the Place of


The course Re-wiring Women's Rights Debates in the Digital Age was organised in New Delhi between 13-15 September 2014, by IT for Change in partnership with Kutch Mahila Vikas Sangathan and ANANDI, with funding support from IDRC, Canada and UN Women Fund for Gender Equality. The course brought together women's rights advocates – research scholars and practitioners, in a


IT for Change and Azim Premji University (APU) organised a course titled 'The Gendered Digital in the Network Society', between 3rd and 4th February 2017, which was supported by the Genderlogues program of the India office of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES).
Through a series of panels, lectures and activity based discussions, the course introduced participants to

Contributions to curriculum making

Re-Wiring Women’s Rights Debates in the Digital Age


Mr.Paranjoy Guha Thakurta speaks on 'Challenges to Gender Justice in the Era of Media Convergence' at the 'Re-wiring Women's Rights Debates in the Digital Age' short course organised by IT for Change.

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Azim Premji University Colloquium Series

Apu course

Bishakha Datta, Usha Ramanathan and Anita Gurumurthy cast a Feminist Lens on a Digital India

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